The Danish Museum of Art & Design is a museum in Copenhagen for Danish and international design and crafts. It features works of famous Danish designers like Arne Jacobsen, Jacob Jensen and Kaare Klint, who was one of the two architects who remodeled the former Frederiks Hospital into a museum in the 1920s. The exhibition also features a variety of Chinese and German porcelain.
The museum houses the biggest library for design in Scandinavia. It also hosts a fully annotated and illustrated database of all furniture made in Denmark from 1900 to 2000, originally compiled by Reese and Marilyn Palley and later donated to and further developed by the museum.
Tue – Sun: 10am – 6pm
Wed: 10am – 9pm
Last admission 30 minutes before museum closing time.
Closed on Mondays, Jan 1, Easter Monday and Dec 24, 25, 26, and 31.
Adults: 100 DKK
Seniors: 70 DKK
Youth (under 26), students: free
Official website http://kunstindustrimuseet.dk/en
Phone +45 33 18 56 56
Address Bredgade 68, 1260 Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinates 55°41'11.634" N 12°35'34.3" E